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Big Tourism Project: Pula Peninsula to Become Luxury Resort

Muzil top of picture (photo/twitter/dnevnik)

Muzil top of picture (photo/twitter/dnevnik)


The Croatian government has decided at a session on Thursday to initiate the procedure for expression of interest for the luxury tourism development project on Muzil peninsula in Pula…

The government will put a public tender out looking for investors in the project, which will apart from accommodation (2,700 beds) and tourism facilities, see an 18-hole golf course, a marina with 380 births and a cultural centre built.

Muzil is a former army complex, which in 2011 was submitted to the Agency for State Property Management as a non-perspective military property. The owners of the land, which is roughly around 170 hectares, are the City of Pula and the state.

Prime Minister Zoran Milanović said that this project is another very important project for the City of Pula.

“We waited a long time, but not too long, we have sorted this out (for the project to start) in 4 years,” he said.

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